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Cornell AIA / CES Accredited Educational Programs

As a registered program provider with the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education System, Cornell’s FREE educational programs offer you the ability to gain valuable knowledge while earning credits towards AIA membership, Health, Safety and Welfare Credits and possible state architectural license Mandatory Continuing Education credits.

Cornell AIA Single Page Program Option Sheet.PDF for easy download.

Cornell's newest program How to Avoid 10 Most Common RFIs for Coiling Doors allows participants to gain understanding of the 10 most common building design applications regarding Coiling Door Product that cause RFIs, allowing for more accurate plans, more efficient projects and the best use of resources.

Obtaining Fire and Smoke Protection in Means of Egress Openings Using Accordion Fire Doors allows participants to understanding of how code approved Accordion Fire Doors can be used in required means of egress openings as an alternative product to pivoting or side-hinged swinging fire doors.

Cornell’s new program Providing Hurricane Protection with Rolling Doors allows participants to understand why maintaining secured commercial door openings during extreme weather conditions is critical to the overall structural integrity of buildings and how to specify commercial doors and building openings to meet today’s code requirements for intense storm conditions.

Cornell's Emergency Response Rolling Closure Products program explains how to select Rolling Closure Emergency Response Products that meet current building codes and also provide life safety for building occupants and property protection for building owners.

Cornell's Rolling Closure Products program provides a comprehensive overview of the design and use of rolling closure products in building structures.

Cornell's Rolling Fire Door Closing System Selection program describes the differences and limitation of rolling fire door product lines and explains the multiple levels of rolling fire door automatic closing systems that are available in the marketplace.


Cornell AIA/CES programs are offered free of charge at the convenience of your architectural firm’s location to an unlimited number of your associates. Programs are also offered nationwide at local, regional and national meetings of the American Institute of Architects and Construction Specifications Institute.

To sign up for an hour of education for your firm or chapter, or to obtain more information on how we can meet your educational needs, please contact Rita Kogoy at 800.233.8366 ext. 4524 or email at Rita.Kogoy@cornelliron.com.

NEW! How to Avoid 10 Most Common RFIs for Coiling Door Product

To gain understanding of the 10 most common building design applications regarding Coiling Door Product that cause RFIs, allowing for more accurate plans, more efficient projects and the best use of resources. Attendees will gain an understanding of:

Obtaining Fire and Smoke Protection in Means of Egress Openings Using Accordion Fire Doors

Through this program, participants will learn how code approved Accordion Fire Doors can be used in required means of egress openings as an alternative product to pivoting or side-hinged swinging fire doors. Attendees will gain an understanding of:

Providing Hurricane Protection with Rolling Doors

Through education of applicable building design factors, current testing standards and product availability, Cornell’s “Providing Hurricane Protection with Rolling Doors” enables participants to understand why maintaining secured commercial door openings during extreme weather conditions is critical to the overall structural integrity of buildings and how to specify commercial doors and building openings to meet today’s code requirements for intense storm conditions. Attendees will learn:

Emergency Response Rolling Closure Products

Rolling Closure Products

Rolling Fire Door Closing System Selection

 

Once completed by an authorized Cornell representative, programs can be registered by the Cornell Rep using the Online Cornell AIA Program Registration Form.


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